This is a response to Vol 11 John 10 ("Intelligence & Creativity")...
John, respond to the following:
B.F. Skinner once suggested that creativity can easily be defined in behavioral, or observable, terms. A creative person has simply been reinforced for making a number of different responses to any given situation. (I've taken some liberties with Skinnerianism here, but I hope you get the idea.)
So, what he is saying is that the creative person is creative because he or she responds to a single problem with a variety of solutions. Very observable, very behavioral.
Does this fit into a mental speed framework? Let's talk about it.